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Operation; Wall Mounting; User Servicing Instructions - Honeywell TURBO FORCE HT-906 Series Owner's Manual

High velocity oscillating power air circulator
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This fan features a fused safety plug which is designed to cut off electric current to the fan if an electrical fault occurs.
Please see below for more information on how to properly use your fan and replace the safety plug fuse, if needed.


• If your fan loses power and you suspect that the fuse on your fan has blown, grasp plug
and remove from the receptacle or other outlet device. Do not unplug by pulling on cord.
• Slide fuse cover, located on the top of the plug, towards the prongs of the plug. (Fig. 1)
• Carefully remove the blown fuse and snap a new fuse into place. To reduce the risk of
fire, replace fuse only with 2.5 Amp, 125 volt fuse. Fully close the fuse door by sliding
back into place. Discard the blown fuse. The plug should now be ready for normal use.
(Fig. 2)
• To reduce the risk of fire, do not replace attachment plug. Contains a safety
device (fuse), that should not be removed. Discard product if the attached plug is
• If you need further information on how or when to replace the fuse in the safety plug,
please contact Kaz Consumer Relations Department by visiting our website at www. or calling 1-800-477-0457.
The Turbo Force
High Velocity Air Circulator Fans are aerodynamically
designed to give you the versatility of changing this fan's angular direction
simply by adjusting the fan to the desired angular output (Fig.1). Upon using
this fan, you will feel a strong and powerful air stream that will quickly move
air to provide a cooling effect.
Honeywell Air Circulator Fans can help save energy and can lower monthly utility
bills all year round. Our air circulators increase distribution of cooler air from
your air conditioner or warmer air from your heating system, creating a vortex of
air flow for increased comfort. Increased air flow allows the air conditioning and
heating systems to be used at lower settings to help save you money.
In the summer:
Circulate cool
air by using with
window or central
air conditioning.
Circulate cool
air upstairs.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
In the winter:
Circulate warm air. Position your
air circulator in an open location for
upward air movement. Run it on a low
setting to move the hotter air from the
ceiling and circulate the warmer air
throughout the room.
Increase Heating Source Efficiency:
Use with other heat sources, such as
wood stoves, baseboard heaters, and
or vents to help circulate the warm air
throughout the room.


• Be sure the fan is in the OFF position.
• Place your fan on a dry, level surface.
• Plug the power cord into a polarized 120 volt AC wall outlet.
• To operate, turn the control knob to the desired fan speed: HIGH (III), MEDIUM (II)
or LOW (I) (Fig. 2).
• For wide area oscillation, push down on the oscillation knob. To stop it, pull up
on the knob. (Fig. 3)
• Adjust the fan to the desired angular air output direction.
• To move the fan, turn the fan OFF and pick it up by the concealed handle that is
located on the outside rim of the fan (Fig. 4).


Read all instructions before you begin.
Recommended mounting hardware not included – #6-8 x 1" Anchor, #8- 1-¼" Screw
• Using the Wall Mounting Template enclosed choose the location for your fan (preferably at a wall stud).
• Insert 4 anchor & screws using the template as a guide, DO NOT insert the screws all the way, leave
approximately 3/8" space between the screw head and the wall.
• Align the holes in the bottom of the fan base with the screws, carefully place the fan on the screws.
Use ONLY the recommended screws for mounting.
• Turn the fan off and unplug it before cleaning.
• Use only a soft cloth or cotton swab to gently wipe the fan clean.
• To clean between the grilles, we recommend using a pipe cleaner, vacuum cleaner, flexible dustwand
or compressed air to gently remove the dust.
• DO NOT immerse the fan in water and never allow water to drip into the motor housing.
• DO NOT use gasoline, paint thinner or other chemicals to clean the fan.
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Fig. 4



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